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Poster: AlecV Date: Dec 1, 2004 3:26am
Forum: forums Subject: Failed MD5

Here's the email I get:

The following files had errors:
The following files were missing:
HBRSB2004-09-21d01t01.flac
HBRSB2004-09-21d01t02.flac
HBRSB2004-09-21d01t03.flac
HBRSB2004-09-21d01t04.flac
HBRSB2004-09-21d01t05.flac
HBRSB2004-09-21d01t06.flac
HBRSB2004-09-21d01t07.flac
HBRSB2004-09-21d01t08.flac
HBRSB2004-09-21d02t01.flac
HBRSB2004-09-21d02t02.flac
HBRSB2004-09-21d02t03.flac
HBRSB2004-09-21d02t04.flac
HBRSB2004-09-21d02t05.flac
HBRSB2004-09-21d02t06.flac
HBRSB2004-09-21d02t07.flac
HBRSB2004-09-21d02t08.flac
HBRSB2004-09-21d02t09.flac
HBRSB2004-09-21d02t10.flac
HBRSB2004-09-21d02t11.flac

I don't really understand. The files have been uploaded and are there. I created the flacs and md5 the same as always. Any ideas?

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffDiana Hamilton Date: Dec 1, 2004 4:49am
Forum: forums Subject: Re: Failed MD5

If you happened to rename the files later after making the .md5- even a little bit, by say changing the case of the letters- then go edit/save the md5 to match the changed file names precisely and reupload that. I don't know if that's your exact problem, but it is a common one.

This post was modified by Diana Hamilton on 2004-12-01 12:49:17

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Poster: AlecV Date: Dec 1, 2004 7:14am
Forum: forums Subject: Re: Failed MD5

Nope, didn't make any name changes. I even reuploaded all the files after doubling checking that the md5 checked out